What to Expect
Going to a church for the first time can be an intimidating experience. What is going to happen? Will I be dressed right? Will they tell me when I need to stand up or sit down? What will the worship be like? Will there be people there like me?
We don't want you to be unsure about trying Blue Sky Church, so here's what you will want to know:
You don't need to dress up. Please be comfortable in your normal weekend clothes. People will say "hi" to you and be friendly, but not invade your space; and you can talk with new friends as much or as little as you would like. Both of our services are identical, so you can choose the time that works best for you. Our Kids Program and our Middle School group meet during the services, and our High School group meets during the week.
Each service has the following order of events:
Our services always start with singing songs in worship to God, followed by a few announcements of upcoming events.
Next, one of our pastors will teach clearly from the Bible with the goal of helping you understand it and apply it to your life.
We always end our services by singing one last worship song and offering people a chance to have a trusted member on our prayer team pray for them.
At Blue Sky Church a portion of our service is devoted to teaching the Bible. We believe the Bible is the inerrant word of God, useful for every area of life and belief. We also believe that preaching is best experienced in the relational context of the local church where the pastor is preaching. Here are some samples of what you can expect to hear during one of our services. Our hope is that Blue Sky will become a place where you come to hear live preaching from the Bible and experience true community in a local church setting. We hope to see you on a Sunday!